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What You'll Get
Washing clothes is a necessary chore, as is folding the laundry and then teaching the family dog not to immediately drool on it. Cross something off your list with this Groupon.
$25 for $100 Worth of Pickup and Drop-Off Laundry Service or Dry Cleaning
Purchasers must also pay a $20 deposit for a welcome kit, which contains the laundry bags used by the service. The average pickup price is $36.20; click here to compare plans.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household, may buy 3 additional as gifts. $20 welcome kit deposit required. Valid for listed towns and cities in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Not valid if used service in the past 12 months. Cannot be combined with any other offers. May redeem across visits Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Happy Nest
The expert textile technicians of Happy Nest have lathered clothing with eco-friendly practices for more than 30 years, customizing washes to match guests' preferred detergents, drying temperatures, and folding techniques. After receiving a welcome kit with reusable laundry bags and stain-cleaning tips, patrons pick a laundry plan that works best around their routine and mud-wrestling schedule. Happy Nest's drivers pick up soiled fabric from doorsteps and ferry it to the garment bathhouse, where suds fly and stains release their grip on threads. After one day, clothing returns to stoops, freshly folded or hung, gabbing on about all the friends it made and ghost stories it heard. In addition to washable fabrics, guests relinquish dry cleaning for the staff to spiff up with a gentle, nontoxic process.
Happy Nest also displays social responsibility by streamlining donations for the Big Sisters of Rhode Island and being a proud supporter of the Women's Center of Rhode Island. Cleansers pick up the center's bed linens each week, taking care of the wash so that the staff can spend more quality time with the women and children under their roof.